Healthworks Cacao Butter Organic
Cacao Butter is vegetable fat that is extracted directly from the cacao bean. It is packed with antioxidant properties, vitamins and minerals and is often used to make dessert-type dishes, as well as lotions, moisturizers, soaps, and lip balms.
Cacao Butter is a versatile soothing skincare ingredient. Our Healthworks Organic Cacao Butter is not meant to be consumed straight out of the jar, but can easily be mixed into any type of food or beauty recipe! It melts quickly, blends smoothly, and easily re-hardens when cooled down. It is a popular ingredient for homemade moisturizers and can even be combined with Beeswax to help soothe and nourish your skin.
Furthermore, it is also known as a great dairy-free butter substitute. Healthworks Organic Cacao Butter can be used to make homemade vegan chocolate, cookies, energy bites and more. It can also be added to your coffee for a subtle chocolate taste.
Healthworks Organic Cacao Butter does not contain any additives or fragrances. It is pure, all-natural, un-refined, non-deodorized and makes for a great addition to any lifestyle. It is an ingredient that can work in gluten-free, dairy-free, keto and vegan recipes. It's a tasty way to add depth of chocolate flavor to your life.
Cacao butter is obtained from whole cacao beans, which are fermented and then separated from their hulls. About 54–58% of the residue is cacao butter. Cacao butter contains a large percentage of saturated fats, obtained from stearic and palmitic acids.
Healthy and delicious - add Cacao Butter to your lifestyle and reap the benefits!
TRY WITH: Desserts, Smoothies, Energy Balls, Chocolate Creations, Substitute your Regular Butter, Lotions and Soaps!
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Question: What does Cacao Butter taste like?
Answer: It is white in color and has a rich, buttery texture that resembles white chocolate in taste and appearance. Pure cacao butter is very nutrient dense.
Question: How is Cacao Butter prepared?
Answer: Cacao butter is the pure pressed oil of the cacao bean. The cacao butter is removed from the bean during production and the remaining part of the fruit is used to produce cacao powder.
Question: How is Cacao Butter stored?
Answer: Store in a cool, dry place